Schema Handout: Impaired Limits (Part 3)

Schema Handout: Impaired Limits (Part 3)

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Do you have clients who struggle to cooperate with others or act impulsively, failing to stick to long-term personal goals?

Schema Therapy provides an integrative model that is especially helpful for clients who demonstrate entrenched, long-standing, unhelpful interpersonal beliefs and/or behaviours. Any person who is wishing to break free from painful habitual patterns of interacting will benefit from considering the 18 early maladaptive schemas developed by Jeffrey Young in Schema Therapy. 

Schema Therapy describes 5 main schema domains.

The following handout concerns the schema domain of impaired limits. The 2 early maladaptive schemas covered are:

- Entitlement/Grandiosity

- Insufficient Self-control/Self-Discipline

 

Each schema will be briefly outlined with possible treatment objectives. In addition, common coping strategies for each schema will be highlighted, including behaviours of surrender, avoidance and overcompensation. Finally, a worksheet (for home or in the therapy session) is included to promote self-awareness and begin the process of behavioural change.

This product consists of 1 x full-colour A4 Notepad (with 25 sheets).

Help your clients consolidate important therapy gains by taking home engaging, colourful visual prompts. Great for on the fridge, in one's handbag or on the bedside table. Encourage your clients to consider behaviours and emotional reactions between therapy sessions. Clients love our resources, and you will too!

If you would like more on Schema Therapy, check-out our Schema Therapy Tool Kit which provides a step-by-step guide to Schema Therapy.

Schema Therapy Combo Pack - Part 1 and 2 (receive 10% discount when purchased together). | Based on clinically validated interventions. (openheartassets.com)

 

Want the collection of 8 Schema Notepads?

Schema Handouts: Bundle Collection | Based on clinically validated interventions. (openheartassets.com)